— This hotel kitty was my dignified cat-crush on a London trip; here's my ode to this fabulous feline.
— He grooms with a vacuum and claims that his mustache is glorious. We're not going to argue.
— After only 6 months as official mouser at the Scotland distillery, Peat dies in an accident.
— The rescue group pays tribute at its yearly award show; see videos and photos of the cats who won.
— I’ve just started bringing Siouxsie to the office with me, and it’s been fantastic! Would you do this?
— This handsome orange tabby cat makes it his job to help the students of Augsburg University as much as is felinely possible.
— With an uncanny sense for human emotion, he helps an Iraq war veteran through her worst days.
— Bubba Lee Kinsey and Phoenix are skilled at demanding the best food and tracking the warmth of the sun puddle -- so, when do they start?
— The Virginia resident who backed spay and neuter efforts crosses the rainbow bridge, his family near.
— I once dreamed of working from home alongside my cats, but the reality doesn't match up.
— The feline quintet that advertises the eco-friendly cat litter system called Poopy Cat says candidates can post video auditions to its Facebook page.
— Need a professional door-opener? A fully bonded food thief? These crafty felines will card you!
— He didn't win, but the former homeless kitten uses his celebrity to advocate for rescue and adoption.
— The directFURR of guest relations at the historic New York City hotel naps and poses for photos with guests. Sounds like the best job ever.
— The kitten was trapped so high up in the branches that the only way he could have gotten there was to be literally blown into the tree.
— "Deck the Halls With Buddy Holly"? Really, Drunk Patty? Is it Boxing Day yet?
— With so many movies in theaters right now it's difficult to tell which will be worth your money or which will put you to sleep. Fortunately, Waffles the cat has reviewed them for you!
— The Arkansas cat survived homelessness and bone cancer to become a local TV news star.
— A group called Cats Protection warns that cat cafes are too stressful for solitary hunters like cats. But I think somebody at that group forgot how to science.
— The 9Lives spokescat was around before any of today's celebrity felines, but he shares something with many of them: the desire to help other cats.
— The fast track to unemployment? Impatient, easily distracted cats working around food courts, clothing racks -- and STOCKROOM BOXES!
— I believe it's time for my cats to get off their lazy butts and drive the kids to school.
— They already have one job -- loving me. But what if they had to choose, you know, a profession?
— Pity the person who needs a cab ride -- or who just wants a cup of coffee on the way to work!
— These butt-slurping, supply-stealing, gossipy feline coworkers would constantly take extended breaks ... and YOU'D have to pick up the slack.
— I work from home, and my cats act like they have a job, too: micromanaging me to an early grave.
— Henri: "What goes through my mind when I see any dog is about what goes through their minds all the time ... nothing."
— The cafe's 13 cats keep customers company. We want to visit!
— I'm on the cover of a weekly newspaper! I'm getting more famous by the minute, people, and you can't stop this kitty train.
— The white smoke has risen! Here are eight fabulous reasons my cat should be the cardinals' choice.
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